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    Mike,
    Thanks again for the hospitality. Also, thank you for the spinal adjustment. The dual-SVS's were just what it needed. Seriously, man... That is some insane output.

    Michele and I had a great time. I especially enjoyed the VR2-LSi15 shootout. The VR2's had a tighter, more controlled bass and more airry highs, but overall to my ears, it was a close match. Half the time I liked the VR2's better and on certain songs, the LSi's. Really, another great example of the Lsi15's fantastic performance at their pricepoint. (VR2's retail and twice the price)

    It was also a pleasure to meet such a nice group of people. This forum is truely a special place.
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    Quote Originally Posted by a_mattison View Post
    Mike,
    Thanks again for the hospitality. Also, thank you for the spinal adjustment. The dual-SVS's were just what it needed. Seriously, man... That is some insane output.

    Michele and I had a great time. I especially enjoyed the VR2-LSi15 shootout. The VR2's had a tighter, more controlled bass and more airry highs, but overall to my ears, it was a close match. Half the time I liked the VR2's better and on certain songs, the LSi's. Really, another great example of the Lsi15's fantastic performance at their pricepoint. (VR2's retail and twice the price)
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    Ricardo took many pictures so there will be more to come. I am missing a CF card, so if anyone finds one let me know. There was a rig going in the basement too and I was there taking pics. Pretty sure anyway.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SCompRacer View Post
    Ricardo took many pictures so there will be more to come. I am missing a CF card, so if anyone finds one let me know. There was a rig going in the basement too.
    Rich how about some names to faces please?

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    Sounds like you guys had a great time. I want the dirt though.No late night wet t-shirt contest? No drunken stories??

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    Quote Originally Posted by tonyb View Post
    No late night wet t-shirt contest?
    Ok, there was one - I am sorry to report that Opus was the big winner... :D

    Mike and Annie - thank you for hosting the event. It went off great and we all had a good time thanks to your hospitality. The Dual SVS's are just insane. I really need to upgrade. (I think many of us left with that feeling.. :) )

    I had a great time meeting everyone and listening to some tunes I had never heard before. (ok, and a few for good reason.. :p ) Thank you to our Hosts, Organizers (Victor and Jessica) and sponsers (Polk (of course) and Signal Cable) it was a great event and those whow couldn't make it really missed out.

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    Just got in and there is so much to talk about. I ended up buying Norms (Normanality) modded SDA-1C's. Just got 'em hooked up and I'm going to be in the SDA sweetspot for the next couple of hours and then I'll make my report of the fantastic weekend.

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    Glad you guys had a good time. It makes me wish Octoiber was here for Polkfest at Teds. If you guys have one again next year I might have to make a trip out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hearingimpared View Post
    Rich how about some names to faces please?
    Ok, OK, I'm barely functioning here.;)
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    Quote Originally Posted by SCompRacer View Post
    Ok, OK, I'm barely functioning here.;)
    Excellent!!! Thanks Rich.

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    Just got home...with a beautiful pair of rosewood Monitor 7B's with Peerless tweeters.
    You'll have to wait for all the pictures.....time to spend some time with the family now ;)
    Victor, let me know if you can get a dedicated spot in the showcase area; I think this would be the best palce to post them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HTrookie View Post
    Victor, let me know if you can get a dedicated spot in the showcase area; I think this would be the best palce to post them.
    I agree. I'm so glad Ricardo, that you and I didn't have to mud wrestle to see who was taking the home the SDA-1C's. So far they sound absolutely stunning in my room on the long wall. Gotta get back to listening, I thinmI'm feeling sick and might have to call in to work tomorrow. :D

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    Excellent!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by HTrookie View Post
    Victor, let me know if you can get a dedicated spot in the showcase area; I think this would be the best palce to post them.

    That has been discussed with Victor and Mike. But Victor is presently at the Chicago's Crosstown Classic where Jessica will be rooting for the Cubs to whup the White Sox. There is nothing wrong with posting pics in both places. Folks want pics! :D
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    Quote Originally Posted by heiney9 View Post
    So far they sound absolutely stunning in my room on the long wall.
    That is great news Brock! I am glad they survived the miles without any woofer damage and you are enjoying them.
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    For the record... I am also VERY glad that HT and H9 didn't have to mud wrestle over ANYTHING.

    I am going to go down and add the signal cable IC's to my rig and replace my crappy ratshack IC's. Of course, we all know it won't make a difference.;)

    There really is just too much to type about the weekend. I haven't played any tunes yet today. I'm scared to listen to my system now after hearing all of the fantastic equipment that everybody brought to the get together. Thank you, everybody for making this get together what it was. This should be an annual event. (Yes, with different music next time, Mike)

    This was my first experience with a vinyl setup and also the variety of tube amps and tube pre's. There was some very nice equipment, but I must say I'm going to stay SS for the time being. (I did like the tube CDP, though.) Differnt strokes for different folks.

    OH yea (I keep having random thoughts)....The Sanders amps of Halo's and SCompRacer's that we were using are absolutely awesome!
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    Looks like everyone had a great time, congrats!

    Now lets start hearing thoughts about all the gear!
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    Quote Originally Posted by opus View Post
    Aaron, SVS opens at 10am eastern, 9am central (703)-845-1472. Just ask for Eric:D
    No need now...I took care of it, but... Do you think Mike will ever notice that his left sub is now just a cardboard tube covered with black carpet?:o
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    Quote Originally Posted by a_mattison View Post
    No need now...I took care of it, but... Do you think Mike will ever notice that his left sub is now just a cardboard tube covered with black carpet?:o

    :( :(

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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeC78 View Post
    :( :(
    Great job Mike. I hope you can make it to Ted's in October. I'm looking forward to meeting you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by a_mattison View Post
    No need now...I took care of it, but... Do you think Mike will ever notice that his left sub is now just a cardboard tube covered with black carpet?:o
    He made it through half a demo with neither one turned on, I am pretty sure that he would never notice if you just turned one up a little bit and left with the other.

    I would not want to be in your shoes when he did notice though... :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by McLoki View Post
    He made it through half a demo with neither one turned on, I am pretty sure that he would never notice if you just turned one up a little bit and left with the other.

    I would not want to be in your shoes when he did notice though... :)

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    Um...yea. I'm hoping that he checks to see that he really does still have both subs before he looks up my address. :D
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    Quote Originally Posted by hearingimpared View Post
    Great job Mike. I hope you can make it to Ted's in October. I'm looking forward to meeting you.
    Thanks Joe! If I have clear plans and it's okay with the boss woman, I'd love to make it.

    Quote Originally Posted by a_mattison View Post
    Um...yea. I'm hoping that he checks to see that he really does still have both subs before he looks up my address. :D
    Yes, I have both subs!:)

    I don't know what the heck you guys are talking about, you are a big boy yourself Aaron(sp?)! I've been out of the gym for a while now, getting weak and fat.:o
    Besides, I could never hurt a fellow polkie over an SVS.:p
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    Mike, you won't believe it but i AM OUT OF BEER. How about a quick roadie, you could be here in a hour.
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    Quote Originally Posted by opus View Post
    Mike, you won't believe it but i AM OUT OF BEER. How about a quick roadie, you could be here in a hour.
    :p I told you to take beer with you!! I have soooo much beer left over, I could have another Polkfest for a couple weeks!

    Thanks for making me an alcoholic!:(

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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeC78 View Post
    Besides, I could never hurt a fellow polkie over an SVS.:p
    In that case I forgot something - can I come back for it? You don't have to be there, I can let myself in... :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by McLoki View Post
    In that case I forgot something - can I come back for it? You don't have to be there, I can let myself in... :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by McLoki View Post
    In that case I forgot something - can I come back for it? You don't have to be there, I can let myself in... :D

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    cool, Polk Forum meetings are a blast, beer, food, tunes, cool
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    Hi everybody!

    Sorry for chiming in so late but we just got back from the cross town classic where we got drenched in a hail storm. Unfortunately the White Sox pummeled the Cubs and the poncho I put on must have been perforated because when I took it off in the car I was soaked from head to toe

    I'd like to add my sincere thanks to our gracious hosts Mike & Annie. You guys ROCK! You've got a standing invitation any time you happen to be in Chicago :)

    To everyone one else:

    It was a pleasure to meet you! :) I had a great time and I don't think I woul've changed a thing all weekend. The hospitality was second to none. The food was outstanding. The company was exceptional. The gear was plentiful. Had a GREAT time!

    HUGE thanks got out to both the sponsors - Polk Audio & Signal Cable. Can not thank either of these companies enough. I'd also like to thank Normanality for his contributions as well.

    I will contact Justin ASAP about the photos. Hang tight everybody, I'm on it :)

    I will give Paul a call tomorrow am before or after PT & get him the list for the shirts and HTrookie's I-Sonic (Congrats!)

    BIG thanks, from me, my sister, and the millions living with MS for the contributions :) This truely is THE BEST forum out there - BAR NONE!

    And now for a few words from my lovely wife Jessica:

    I would again like to thank our lovely hosts annie and mike thanks for your wonderful hospitality. You have a lovely home and your home theater is amazing and if anyone gets to steal the subwoofer its going to be me!!!!
    I would also like to thank all who attended and brought their gear with the
    comparsions I really learned alot this weekend. I really enjoyed meeting everyone your all wonderful people. I always wondered why he spent so much time on this forum but now I get it He couldn't have picked a nicer group of people to spend time with. Hope to do it again next year!
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